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On April 14th, Staff Writer Monisha Gunasekera attended a conversation hosted by Art + Life with Eileen Myles, poet, novelist, and art journalist.

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Since I am still single after using their app, I have decided to write a poem.

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All the reasons—from A to Z—that you should come to Bwog’s opening meeting: join us tonight at 9 pm, we’re in Lerner 510.

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Staff Writer Elijah Knodell attended a conversation with Belarusian poet-translator Valzhyna Mort presented by Literary Translation at Columbia.

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Study, read this, attend Open Meeting in Lerner 510, study.

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Emmy Award-winning poet Suzen Baraka shares creative wisdom and facilitates a space for sharing and reflection in the latest installment of Barnard’s MeMoSa series.

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